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Q. Whom did the Lord send to comfort him?
words which thou hast heard. 2 Kings xix, 6. Q. What would the Lord do? Ă. He would send a blast upon him, and cause
him to fall by the sword in his own land.
2 Kings xix, 7. Q. What happened that night? A. The angel of the Lord went out, and smote
in the camp of the Assyrians one hundred
and eighty-five thousand. 2 Kings xix, 35. Q. Where did Sennacherib go? Ă. He returned to Nineveh. 2 Kings xix, 36. Q. What became of him A. He was slain by his sons. 2 Kings xix, 37. · Q. When Hezekiah was sick unto death, what did he do? A. He offered up prayer for restoration to
health. 2 Kings xx, 2, 3. Q. What did the Lord bestow upon him ? A. The addition of fifteen years to his life.
2 Kings xx, 6. Q. Who reigned after his death ? Ă. His son Manasseh. 2 Kings xxi, 1. Q. What was his character? A. He was an exceedingly wicked king. 2 Kings
xxi, 2–6. Q. What is said of his cruelty? 1. He shed innocent blood very much. 2 Kings
Q. Who succeeded him?
A. Two years.
Q. What is said of him?
2 Kings xxi, 21. Q. What became of him? A. His servants conspired and slew him. 2 Kings
XXi, 23. Q. Where was he buried ? A. In the garden with his father. 2 Kings
xxi, 26. Q. Who succeeded him ? Ă. Josiah. 2 Kings xxii, 1. Q. How old was he when he began to reign ? Ă. Eight years. Q. What is said of him ? A. He was a good king, walking in all the ways
of David, and turning not aside to the right
hand or to the left. 2 Kings xxii, 2. Q. What was found in his day? A. The copy of the book of the law which was
kept in the temple. 2 Kings xxii, 8. Q. What did Josiah command concerning it? Ă. That it should be read to him. 2 Kings
xxii, 10. Q. How was he affected by it? A. He rent his clothes. 2 Kings xxii, 11. Q. Why? A. Because he saw how greatly Judah had
sinned, and the punishments that were threatened.
Q. What word did the Lord send to him in answer to
prayer ? A. 'That evil should not come upon the nation
in his day. 2 Kings xxii, 20. Q. What took place under his efforts ? A. A great reformation. 2 Kings xxiii, 3, 8. Q. What did he do with the idol-altars? A. He destroyed them all. Q. What became of Josiah ? A. He fell in battle with the king of Egypt.
2 Kings xxii, 29. Q. Who succeeded him? A. His son Jehoahaz. 2 Kings xxiii, 30. Q. Was he like his father? A. He was not, but was a wicked king. 2 Kings
xxii, 32. Q. How long did he reign? A. But three months. Q. Who conquered him, and carried him away from Jeru
salem ? A. The king of Egypt. 2 Kings xxi, 33. Q. Whom did he make king in his stead? A. Eliakim, the son of Josiah, whom he called
Jehoiakim. 2 Kings xxiii, 34. Q. How long did he reign? A. Eleven years. 2 Kings xxiii, 36. Q. What was his character ? A. Evil. 2 Kings xxiii, 37. Q. Who now came against Jerusalem ? X. Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon. 2 Kings
xxiv, 1. Q. What did Jehoiakim do? Ä. He became his servant three years, and then
Q. Who succeeded Jehoiakim?
carried the Jews captive to Babylon. 2 Kings
xxiv, 10–12. Q. What else did he carry with him? Ă. All the vessels of the temple which Solomon
had made. 2 Kings xxiv, 13. Q. Where was Babylon ? Ă. On the river Euphrates, in Assyria.
ISAIAH, JEREMIAH, EZEKIEL.
Question. What is a prophet?
number of his prophecies.
Q. When is he supposed to have uttered his predictions ?
that Gospel which is “the power of God
unto salvation.” Rom. i, 16. Q. Why is he sometimes called the evangelical prophet? A. Because he speaks so distinctly of Christ and
his kingdom. Q. What circumstances in the life of Christ does he parti
cularly foretell? A. His sufferings and his death for sinners. Q. How does he say he will be treated while upon the
Isa. liii, 3,
hath laid upon him the iniquity of us all: he
stripes we are healed. Isa. liii, 5, 6. Q. What prophecy did Isaiah utter in reference to the
spread of the Gospel ? A. The earth shall be full of the knowledge of
the Lord, as the waters cover the sea. Isa.